Saving Turtles From The Wrong Side Of The Tracks Michael Musnick is a citizen scientist who studies wood turtles in the Great Swamp — a stretch of wetland 60 miles north of New York City. He found turtles dying in the railroad tracks and proposed a solution to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority: tiny turtle bridges.
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Saving Turtles From The Wrong Side Of The Tracks

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Saving Turtles From The Wrong Side Of The Tracks

Saving Turtles From The Wrong Side Of The Tracks

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Michael Musnick is a citizen scientist who studies wood turtles in the Great Swamp — a stretch of wetland 60 miles north of New York City. He found turtles dying in the railroad tracks and proposed a solution to the Metropolitan Transportation

Tiny Turtle Bridges

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